You put a lot of pride into your business cards, especially if you’re a designer. It’s an extension of you and your artistic sense: It’s your “Mini Me,” if you will. The last thing you want to see is your cards get ratty, ripped or reduced to their raw materials by rain or snow.
Tokyo game developer Nihon Falcom boasts that his business card is completely waterproof, dries quickly if it gets wet, and resists tearing. While (maddeningly) no information is given about what kind of paper it’s made out of, these qualities lead us to suspect that it’s a product of so-called “stone paper.”